Every Sunday morning at 8am we meet in St Peters Girls School carpark off Hallett Rd, Stonyfell. We usually ride up into the Hills for about 2hrs, on a different route each time. We stop and re-group regularly, so nobody should get lost.
We usually return to Taylor Blend for coffee, on Hallett Rd, Stonyfell, by about 10.30am. Join us for coffee and a chat, even if you don't ride with us!
CVSA jerseys cost $50. Go to the Team Jerseys tab and check out your size. Make a payment via the Donate button, paypal or electronic funds transfer (EFT) to bsb 805 050 account number 04361022 . Then Register as a team member at cvsacyclingteam.org.au, enter jersey size and address details for jersey to be sent. * if making payment by EFT, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with payment details, as there isn't an auto-alert system to flag to us that the order has been placed; we only have that facility via paypal payments. Email email@example.com if you have any questions. We request riders to have 3rd party bike accident insurance eg CyclingSA or BikeSA have insurance schemes that might suit.
CVSA Cycling Team
Click on Join Group to receive updates of events & activities, &/or show your support for the 100% all volunteer work that we do ‘raising a voice for people affected by cancer’. Also visit www.cancervoicessa.org.au to see all the other things we do off the bike.
Whenever you ride with our team name on your jersey, we aim to:
get fit, stay fit, have fun
Raise awareness of cancer,
Raise awareness of Cancer Voices South Australia
promote the message: physical activity is important for cancer prevention as well as assisting recovery and delaying or preventing relapse of cancer.
CVSA 2017 Challenge Ride
Cancer Voices 2017 Challenge Ride - Sunday 22 October 2017, 8am for 20, 35, 67km routes into the Hills.
Cancer Voices 2015 Challenge Ride - Sunday 25 October 2015 - 20, 35 or 67km into the Hills. Details at http://www.cvsacyclingteam.org.au/item/999751 Find photos here (thank you Eric Browne and Craig Wood for photos). About 150 cyclists participated in this free ride put on by Cancer Voices through 100% volunteer effort.
Thank you Con, Jim, Enzo, Julie & Eric for ride organisation, Jo West for poster design, Let There Be Coffee mobile coffee van, Drury's Orchards for pears, ...and thank you to all who came along and participated. We hope you join us again next year, and don't forget, we ride every Sunday morning at 8am.
On Saturday 29th March 2014 the family, friends and colleagues of Ashleigh Moore gathered for a brief ceremony at Norton Summit. Ashleigh’s wife Justine said a few words and scatter some of his ashes around this spot which was so much a part of Ashleigh’s regular ride destinations for over 5yrs, since forming the Cancer Voices SA cycling team in November 2008. Photos at https://www.flickr.com/photos/cancervoicessa/sets/72157643098474393/ ;